I discovered iZotope Vinyl VST a while back in a tutorial on youtube. I am pretty sure MDL is the one that put me on. But anyways the iZotope Vinyl VST is great when it comes to making your sounds and loops seem as if they were recorded and sampled from vinyl records. We will show you how to use iZotope Vinyl VST This VST gives your melodies that nitty gritty sound that comes with the joy of sampling vinyl. But if you are like me and get your samples from mp3′s or youtube then this will make them sound nice. You can also put this over your soundfont and vst instrument recordings to make them sound vintage.
iZotope Vinyl VST
How To Use iZotope Vinyl VST
This VST is pretty simple to use. When you load it on to the mixer it will automatically give the default setting but you can tweak it to your liking. Wether you want to add more mechanical noise or electrical noise or both. You can also make it sound like the record is scratched, warped or dust. It’s a prett cool thing. One of my favorite settings is the decade setting. You can actually turn a nob and go back in time. Well maybe not you, but your sample can! This setting adjusts what year your sample sounds like its from. Because records now a days sound a little different than they did in the thirties. The older decades have way less bass sound in them.
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